What they're saying about Angel

"Giacomo Puccini’s La Boheme is in good hands at the Metropolitan Opera House—and very happily in good voice—certainly as long as Russell Thomas is Rodolfo and Angel Blue is Mimi"
Huffington Post
"But from her entrance, Angel Blue commanded the garret. She conveyed Mimi’s fragile state while producing a ringing, shimmering tone that grew to fill the mammoth theater with both the power and plaintiveness of the character."
Opera Wire
"A statuesque young woman with a gorgeous face and a luminous smile, she offers a voice of pure cream, shimmering and rich throughout her range and sheerly voluptuous from pianissimo to fortissimo."
The Observer
"The American soprano Angel Blue, in her company debut, sings Mimì until Oct. 27, and she was the clear star on Monday, combining power, as needed with sensitivity and warmth."
The New York Times
"Ms Blue is a superb singer. The lead role asks a lot from any singer; the score is tricky and a vast vocal range is expected but Angel Blue was flawless. Her upper vocal work had a particularly glitzy shine and there was a freshness to her singing which lasted through the whole evening."
Opera Britannia
"The purest voice belonged to soprano Angel Blue as Clara; Summertime is always an arresting opening aria, but hers was a lyric triumph."
Boston Classical Review
"Angel Blue was voluptuous in voice and figure as Giulietta."
Opera News "Tales of Hoffmann"
"Her honeyed timbre was heard to fine effect in an intimate rendition of Donde lieta usci, from La Bohème.”
The New York Times
"A sensational story... a big voice"
Melvyn Bragg
"The beauty queen with the voice of an angel"
The Mail

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